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or far·fal  (fär′fəl)
Noodles shaped like small grains or pellets.

[Yiddish farfl, from Middle High German varveln.]
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(ˈfɑr fəl)

a solid foodstuff broken into small pieces: noodle farfel.
[1890–95; < Yiddish farfl; compare Middle High German varveln noodles]
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(19.) Avelino-Silva TJ, Farfel JM, Curiati JAE, Amaral JRG, Campora F, Jacob-Filho W.
(17.) Izraeli S, Metzker A, Horev G, Karmi D, Merlob P, Farfel Z.
The original recipe was modeled on farfel, Ashkenazi noodles shaped like a rice grain, which later became round.
Farfel, "Randomized, double-blind comparison of sertraline and placebo for posttraumatic stress disorder in a department of veterans affairs setting," The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, vol.
(22.) Mouallem M, Shaharabany M, Weintrob N, Shalitin S, Nagelberg N, Shapira H, Zadik Z, Farfel Z.
This classification (Astrand and Saltin, 1961; Farfel, 1960; Margaria, Ceretelli, Aghemo and Sassi, 1963; Mathews and Fox, 1971) is the best for cyclical sports
(2) Azevedo, F.A., Carvalho, L.R., Grinberg, L.T., Farfel, J.M., Ferretti, R.E., Leite, R.E., Jacob Filho, W., Lent, R.